This back-to-school season, Texas elementary teacher Courtney Jones started the #ClearTheLists movement that is highlighting the needs of individual teachers who are stocking their classrooms using their own money. Teachers across the country are taking part in this campaign, and education advocates, like Craigslist founder Craig Newmark, are providing teachers with funds to purchase the […]
According to an American Red Cross survey, 79 percent of Americans said they would rather have a charitable donation made in their name than a gift they wouldn’t use. Does this sound like you? If so, celebrate your birthday with a Facebook Fundraiser! Facebook Fundraiser With an AdoptAClassroom.org Facebook fundraiser, you can ask your friends […]
In February 2019, we launched the AdoptAClassroom.org School Program to enable principals and other school administrators to fundraise for school-wide projects and initiatives that benefit all students at their school. Our goal is to provide innovative approaches to school funding.
We’re excited to share that you can now become a monthly donor to support the teachers and schools you care about. Learn how to become a monthly donor now.
Teachers are paying it forward on Twitter by buying one another’s classroom wishlist items to #ClearTheList. Many have never met one another, but they share the common experience of spending their own money on their students. 96% of teachers spend their own money on classroom supplies. Did you know that you can use AdoptAClassroom.org to […]
La Tierra Community School in Prescott, AZ, is an elementary charter school with about 130 students. Even though the school population is small, their needs are great. La Tierra has a high portion of low-income students, and about 65% are eligible for free or reduced-price lunch. You can view their school’s fundraising page by clicking […]
Inclusive Classroom Fund donors joined forces this year to make a huge impact in advancing classroom equity. 26 teachers and principals received funding to cultivate equity in their schools.